White Water

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Michael Bandy, the author, writes about the personal experience when he was a child during the segregation era. While in town with his grandmother on a hot day, he drinks water out of a “colored” fountain which consumed him of thoughts that the “white” water was better. Sneaking back into town he found out that the water tasted the same. This revelation changed his life forever.

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